Arsenal head coach, Mikel Arteta, has been warned to get rid of “lazy” Mesut Ozil.
After getting the job, Arteta hailed Ozil’s ability, insisting he can be a key man for his side moving forwards.
The German playmaker has put in impressive displays since Arteta’s arrival, showing an improved work rate when out of possession.
But former Scotland international, John Collins, says that change will prove to only be a short term one.
Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live, Collins said: “There’s only so much he can do with the group of players he’s got.
“He did get Ozil working harder than he’s ever worked, but leopards never change their spots.
“That will be a short-term thing for Ozil because his natural instinct is to be lazy, it’s not to have an instant sprint back, chasing…